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MADRID, October 17.-Forty-eight
cities, being administrative centres,
adhere to tho junta and monarchical
principles. Seven cities denounce
the olergy. and all denounce religious
orders. " The meeting o? tho Cortes
has been fired for December 15th, so
that representativos from Cuba and
Porto Rico may arrive. The army
will ba exempt from tho now tax
about to be levied.
The junta has removed tho Bishop
of Huessa and the bishop of Urgui,
who are accused of having aided the
reoont Carliet demonstrations. Tho
Catalonians have petitioned against
a reduction of tho oustoms tariff.
COPENHAGEN', October 17.-Tho
Rigsday, in reply to the King's open?
ing speech, regret the failure of nego?
tiations with Prussia iu the matter of
Schleswig-Holstein, rcjoico in the
unity of feeling between tho King
and the people, hopo for a continu?
ance o? friendly relations with Prus?
sia, and that the international differ?
ences mny be easily settled.
LISBON, October 17.-The mail
steamer from Rio Janeiro brings im?
portant intelligence from the seat of
war on the Paraguay. The Para?
guayan position ut the mouth of the
Tebionary River had been taken by
tho allies. President Lopez had
gone to Villa Reca, a towu in the in?
terior, unattended, abandoning tho
capital to the allies. The foreign
corvettes were about to ascend tue
river to Ascenci?n.
MADRID, October ll).-Prim has
been made Marshal of Spain and
Geu. Dulce made a Duke. Deputa?
tions of Cubans have arrived and
stipulated with the Junta for gradual
emancipation of slavery.
Tho Junta has issued au address
regarding future Government. Thc
Cortes must decido whether it shall
bo republican or monarchical.
BARCELONA, October 19.-The Re?
publicans protest against the acts ol
Prim and Sorrano.
CHARLOTTE, N. C., October 19.
On the North Carolina Railroad, or
Saturday night, near Harrisburg
two trains-one having Maginley'i
Circus on board-collided. Fiv<
persons were seriously injured.
MEMPHIS, TENN., October 18.
Some arms u^d ammunition on boan
the steamer Hesper, en route for Ar
kansas, were destroyed by disguise)
parties, who boarded tho Hespe
from a tug on Cat Island.
RALEIGH, October 19.-Both par
ties are vigorously engaged iu th
canvass. The Republicans aro jobi
lant over tho Northern elections
The Democrats are disappointed, bu
determined and confident of earryin
this State. Both havo full electors
and Congressional tickets in th
field. The Republican electort
ticket has Bryant Lnfliu, of Ne'
York, and H. A. Gallaway, a negr
or mulatto, ou it; the rest are nativ
whites. Tho Democrats aro nil ni
fives and all enfranchized. Th
Congressional Republican ticket hr
all natives on it, except David Hoi
ton, of Wisconsiu, and J. T. Dewee:
of Indiana, and Mr. Boyden, wh
runs on tho Republican ticket as a
independent, but opposes radioalisn
yet votes for Grant-Mr. Tonrge, <
Ohio, and Mr. French, of Wnshinj
. ton City, having been ruled off. Tl
Democratio Congressional ticket
exclusively native. Both partit
claim success. Governor Holden hi
suspended the crdor organizing d
tailed militia. General Miles hi
distributed tho 40th United Stat?
regiment of colored troops over tl
At tho Superior Court here, la
week, a colored citizen was sentence
by Judge Watts to be hung on tl
6th of November.
NEW ORLEANS, October 18.-Tl
Sheriff and Parish Judgo of g
? Mary's Parish, woro assassinated
Franklin, La,, last night, by parti
who escaped without being reco
nized. The Sheriff was killed in h
hotel, and tho Judge's body w
found in the street by the patrt
whioh was organized immediate
after tho discovery of tho Shorif
death. A coroner's inquest is pr
gressing, but has elicited nothing t
wards the discovery of the porpeti
tors. Several mon were engogod
the transaction, but they mount
horses and escaped in the darkness
NEW ORLEANS, October 19.-Ti
steamship Texas, from Indiano!
with cattle for New Orleans, fon
dered in a galo. The Captain a
crew were saved.
Adespatoh received here to-df
from Franklin. Louisiana, states tl
tho office of the Attakapas Regist
published in Franklin Parish, v
. sacked last night, the press destroy?
and its material scattered. The e
tors and printers loft for Now <
leans. The citizens of Franklin a
the surrounding country aro doi
all in their power to preservo 1
poace. The negroes aro making v<
bold threats, but have not made t
attempt to carry them into exe
There is terrible oxoitcment in <
feront portions of Louisiana. Se
ral armod negroes have been arr
ed. Women and children are be
sent to places of safety.
UTICA, N. Y., October 19.-A c
feronco was held, on Saturday,
tween Seymour and sovoral merni
of the National Committee, in wi
Seymour said any chango in the
tiokefc muet rcsnlt in tho withdrawal
of his name. He was an unwilling
candidate, and would gladly be re?
lieved of the responsibility. His
visitors replied that no change was
Nsw YOKE, October IS.-r-George
Francis Train has accepted the Con?
gressional nomination, and thinks his
eloction would secure ui? owii uud
other Irish-Americans release from
The severest gale ever known oc?
curred on Lako Hureu, on Friday
night. The only losses reported are
two-a mau ami child.
WASHINGTON, October 19.-There
will be no change in candidates and
no third party.
Coverts is defeated for Congress,
but will contest. Ho claims 300
It is kuown to tho military autho?
rities hero that the arms destroyed on
tho Hesper at Cat Island, wore pur?
chased by tho Governor of Arkausas
and Senator McDonald, from that1
State, on speculation, and that the
Legislature would buy them. It is i
not believed ihat armed resistance is i
contemplated, from the fact that tho
arms were destroyed and not reserved ;
Colfax says that persons with
whom he is in communication agree
that there is no necessity for a ses?
sion on the 10th of November.
Governor Orr, of South Carolina,
Voorhecs] anti Julians seats in'
Indiana will be contested.
Dickinson, Democratic Congress?
man, from the Ninth Ohio District,
has been arrested, charged with issu?
ing fraudulent naturalization papers, j
Frank P. Blair made a speech, in !
St. Louis, to a large audience. Ho
said ho came before them neither
dismayed nor discouraged. Tho De- ?
m oe ratio party would yet win, and, j
if they failed, the republic would fall j
with it. Ho expected to continue to ?
bo a candidato for vice-President, j
but was willing to make any sacrifice
the country demanded.
On yesterday tho Coroner of Phi?
ladelphia commenced an inquest on
the bodies of the brothers Byrne,
who were killed on Tuesday.
LITTLEROCK, Arkansas, October 17.
J. M. Schofield, Secretary of War.
The arms purchased for tho State
were destroyed hy an armed band of
men in the Mississippi River. The
boat was captured and the arms
thrown overboard. From facts in
my possession, I am satisfied that
armed resistance to tho laws is con?
templated, in which event tho United
States forces hero would bo entirely
inadequate to preserve order.
(Signed) POWELL CLAYTON,
Governor of Arkansas.
1*I.\A!VCIAIJ AND COMMERCIAL..
COLUMBIA, October 19.-Sales of
cotton to-day 50 ba les-middlings 23.
NEW YOBK, October 19-Noon.
Money steady, at G(?f7. Sterling
9;??. Flour 5?10c. lower. Wheat
dull and drooping. Corn a shade
easier. Mess pork dull, at 28.87}.<.
Lard dull-steam 19(ail9l?. Cotton
steady, at 25,?.?(?25?.?. Freights
7 P. M.-Cotton steady; sales
1,200 bales, at 25i?@252?. Flour
State and Western dull-Western
grades 10(7?20c. lower; superline
email@example.com; Southern dull-common
to fair extra 8.40(7?'9.10. Wheat dull
and drooping-whitoJMichigan 2.38
@2.G0. Corn slightly favors buyers
-white Western 1.30(^1.32. Gold
Zl}^. Mess pork dull and lower
28;\;(?;28:,.i. Lard drooping-kettlo
19^@19%. Freights drooping
BALTIMORE, October 19.-Cotton
steady, at 25@25}?. Flour dull and
unchanged. Wheat very dull and
lower grades declined 5@10o. Corn
white 1.2S; yellow 1.31. Oats 77?80.
Rye firm, at 05. Shoulders 14; hams
20@22. Lard 20(7/ 20,'.j.
CINCINNATI, October 19.-Flour
dull and in little demand. Corn dull
and irregular-new GO; old 95@97.
Whiskey quiet, at 20. Pork scarco
and small sales, at 303,. Lard dull
-city 18.'J. Shoulders 13(?13.'.,;
Clear sides 17; sugar-cured hams dull,
CHARLESTON, October 19.-Cotton
activo and advanced ?^@)i>C. ; sales
1,050 bales-middling 23'.,'; receipts
AUGUSTA, October 19.-Cotton
steady and in fair demand; sales 335
bales-middlings 23'j' ; receipts 423.
SAVANNAH, October 19.-Cotton
closed quiet but steady-middling
held at 24>?; sales on that basis 090;
MOBILE, October 19.-Sales of cot?
tou 150 bales; market quiet-mid?
dling 23 '.i; receipts 834.
NEW ORLEANS, October 19.-Cot?
tou in fair demand und firm-mid?
dlings 23?ii; sales 3,600 bales; re?
ceipts 3.67?. Gold 37??. Cuba sugar
and molasses in fair jobbing trade;
rates unchanged; 3 h lids, now crop
Louisiana sugar urrived this morn?
ing. Flour, low grades scarce
snpetfine 7.00; treble extra 8.50.
Corn inactive, at firstname.lastname@example.org,V?. Mess
pork quiet and Urm, at 32.25. Bacon
firm and unohauged-shoulders
LONDON, October 19-Noon.-Con?
LIVERPOOL, Ootober 19-Noon.
LIVERPOOL, October 19-Even
I iug.-Cotton firm; sales 12,000bales.
Aots Fasset* at the Late Session o?
AN A (TT TO PBOVXMB FOB THE ELECTION
OF THE OFFICERS OF THE DXOOBPO
RATED CITIES AND TOWNS IN TOT
STATE OF SOOTH CAROLINA.
I. Be il enacted by the Sonate and
House of Representatives of the State
of SoutJi Carolina, now met and silting
in General Assemhly, and by the autho?
rity of the same, That h?B Excellenoy
the Governor shall, on or immedi?
ately after tho passago of this Aot,
order au election to be held on the
second Tuesday of November, in the
year 18G8, in nil incorporated cities
and towns of this State for the elec?
tion of all officers provided for by
tho charters of tho said cities and
II. The Managers of Elections ap?
pointed in pursuance of an Act of
tho General Assembly, passed at the
special session of 1868, entitled "An
Act tq provide for the next general
election," arc hereby authorized and
required to conduct tho elections
herein provided for, and all subse?
quent elections that moy be ordered
to be held in such cities and towns,
until otherwise provided for by law.
Ul. In order to secure tho free
expression of all persons qualified to
vote us hereinafter provided, tho
Managers of Election shall open
their respective polling places for
three (3) days next preceding the
day lixed for the election herein pro?
vided for, commencing at 7 o'clock
a. m., and closing nt 5 o'clock p. m.,
each day, aud shall during these
days record the names of all qualified
electors and their place of residence
in a book to be furnished by them,
the Managers. All persons who pre?
sent themselves for such registration
shall, before their names are record
ed, take and subscribe to the follow
ing oath: I,-, do solemnly
swear (or affirm) that I am a citizci
of the United States; that I hnv<
been an inhabitant of this State foi
one year next preceding this day
and foi- tho last sixty days a residen
of this city (town or village, as tin
case may be;) that I reside in thil
ward (or polling precinct.) Tin
Managers shall, after the election
turn over the registration books ti
the Mayor or Intendant, who sind
cause the same to be put up in n saf
aud secure place. They shall rcceivi
a sum of money to cover expenditure
for books, stationery, .fcc., togethoi
with their pay as herein allowed
from the Treasury of such city, towi
or village wherein such election i
IV. The qualifications of an electo
shall be those required by the Con
stitution, together with a residenc
of sixty days next preceding the elec
lion, within tho corporate limits t
the city or town, and tjiat he lin
been duly registered in the ward o
precinct in which he offers to vote.
V. The Managers of Election sha
meet at 10 o'clock a. m. on tho da
succeeding such election, at som
public place within the corporal
limits of the city or town in whic
such election is held, and proceed t
count the votes, under oath, statin
the whole number of votes cast fe
each candidate or person voted fo
and shall transmit their report of tl
samo in a sealed envelope to tl
acting Mayor or lu tendant of tl
city or town wherein they have bee
appointed: and if there be no nctir
Mayor or Inteudaut in any such eil
or town, or in the absence of sue
Mayor or Intendant, the same shu
be transmitted to thc Clerk of Cou
for tho County in which said city i
town maj' he. Tho said Mayor (
Intendant, or Clerk of Court, sin
open the report of said Manager
and shall uunonuco and publish tl
whole number of votes cast, and tl
whole number cast for eaoh cancl
date, when the several candidat
receiving the lurgest number of leg
votes for the offices for which th(
were voted for shall be declared du
elected. The Managers of Electie
shall decide contested cases, subje
to the ultimate decision of tho Boar
of Aldermen or Wardens, when c
ganized, except when tho election
a majority of the persons voted f
are contested, or tho Manage
charged with illegal conduct,
which case the returns, together wi
thc ballots, shall be examined ni
tho case investigated by the actii
Board of Aldermen, who shall deela
tho election, aud their decision sin
be binding upon all parties.
VI. In all elections hold in accoi
anco with this Act tho polls shall
opened at 7 o'clock a. m., and kc
opeu during ono day at all tho po
ing precincts and in tho vario
wards, and shall closo at 5 o'clock
m. Each ward in tho city
Charleston shall constitute at lei
ono polling precinct.
VII. Tho officers elected une
this Act shall, on taking tho on
prescribed in the Constitution,
inducted into office on the Mond
succeeding their election, and sh
immediately enter upon thc d
charge of their official duties.
VIII. Said officers shall hold th
offices up to the regular time fixed
charter for the election of tho sa
and for ono full term thereafter* a
until their successors aro duly elect
and qualified, the oath of office rc
be ad ministered by any officer of t
Stato who is authorized by law
administer the same.
IX. ! The Managers of Elect!
shall receive as compensation
their services the sum of two dollars
per day for the time actually em?
ployed in such election, and also for
the time employed in the registration
X. All bar-rooms and drinking
saloons in the town or city whom
DQOU election is held shall be closed
on the days of eleotion, and any per?
son who shall sell to any person any
intoxicating drinks on the day of
eleotion shall be guilty of a misde?
meanor, and on conviction thereof
shall be fined in a sum not less than
one hundred dollars nor moro than
three hundred dollars, or bo impri
I Boned for a period not less than ono |
month nor moro than six months.
XL All statutes providing against
illegal voting, or tho bribery aud
intimidation of voters, passed hero- j
tofore, and not inconsistent with tho I
present Constitution, aro continued
in full force; but all Acts or parts of
Acts inconsistent therewith, or sup?
plied by this Act, are hereby re?
In the Senate House, tho twenty
fifth day of September, in the
year of our Lord ono thousand
eight buuderd and sixty-eight.
President of the Senate.
FRANKLIN J. MOSES, JR.,
Speaker House of Representatives.
R. K. SCOTT, Governor.
Received This Day.
NEW MACKEREL, in kits, hair and
whola barrels, Pickled Salmon, No.
1 Scaled Herrings, Fulton Market Corned
Beet (very tine,) Pig Pork, Smoked
Tongue?, with many other good* in thc
Qroccrv line, for salo bv
October '20 ?EO. SYMMERS.
Ale! Alo!'. Ale!!!
i}f\ HALF-BARRELS CLAGETT'S
?J\J ALE in store. Saving scoured
tho agency of this celebra tod Cream Ale,
for Columbia, and vicinity, I nm now pre?
pared to furnish it regularly to dealers,
and nt a lower price than tba same article
lias been hitherto sold for. Quality gua?
ranteed. For sale by GEO. SYMM?HS.
Terms strictly cash. Oct ll)
Independent Fire Eugine Company.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY
MEETING of this Companvwill
be held THIS (Tuesday) EVEN?
ING, at 7 o'clock, at their Hall.
Members will attend punctually. Bv or?
der. G. T. BERG, Secretan-.
Columbia Lodge No. 108, A. F. M.
A REGULAR COMMUNICATION
inf Columbia Lodge No. 108, A. P.
M., will be held, at Masonic Hall,
THIS EVENING, at 7 o'clock.
'Bv onler or the \V. M.
Oct 201 _ _J-_C-_B- SMITH, Sec y.
New No. 1, 2 and 3 Mackerel,
IN KITTS, Quarter, Hair and Whole
103 boxes No. 1 and Scaled Herrings.
For sale low, bv E. A G. D. HOPE.
MRS. C. E. BEED has re?
moved her MILLINERY ES?
TABLISHMENT to her old
'stand, on Main street, Bccond
i door from E. Pollard's Drug
Storo, whore abo would call
tho attention ol her city and
country friends and custom?
ers to call and see Tor them?
selves tho finest and chcap
csL stock or MILLINERY' ever odored in
this city, consisting of Ladies' and Child?
ren's Hats and bonnets, of all kinds and
all prices. Also, Flowers, Bibbons, Caps,
Laces, linches, Hair Braids, Curls, Water?
falls. Nets, Corsets, Zephyr Worsted, Fan?
cy and Bridal Veils, all of which will be
sold much lower than anysvhero else in the
city. Everything of the latest ami most
fashionable ?tyle constantly arriving.
NEW RAISINS, &C.
QA PACKAGES New Crop Raisins
OU half and quarter boxes.
1 barrel New Crop Zanto Currants,
50 barrels and bags Family and Extra
Flour, tho panie brand that has heretofore
given BO great satisfaction.
For salo at reduced prices, bv
Oct 1G 3 C. H. BALDWIN A CO.
Bacon, Lard, &c.
^-r-^ 10,000 LBS. prime C. I?.
WreksSHW 2-000 lb3- Natural LEAF
VTHIBBSIBIII LARD-L. Davis, jr., brand.
aiflBn 100 choice S. C. HAMS,
bagged and unhagged.
50 ?bis. Befined SUCARS ?ll grades.
Fine and Medium quality SY'RUPS.
Muscovado, Porto Rico and Common
Old Government and Green Java, Lngui
ra and Rio COFFEE.
Black and Green TEAS, various grades.
Family and Extra FLOUR.
With a full line of Staplo GROCEBIES,
in atoro and in transit, and for salo low by
Oct ll 3 C. II. BALDWIN A CO.
In the Districts Court of the United
States, for the District of South
In tho matter or John B. Shulor, Bank?
BY virtuo or an order obtained from
George 8. Bryan, Judgo of tho Dia
I trict Court of tho United States, for tho
District of South Carolina, I will sell, on
tho FIRST MONDAY in Novombor next, at
tho residonco or said bankrupt, in Lexing?
ton District, all his real and personal oe
tato, consisting of some very rino LANDS,
plata or which may bo aeon at my oflice,
aud will bo exhibited on day or salo.
TEEMS OF HALE.-Caah, in United Statos
currency. Purchaser to pay for papers
and stamps. HENRY A. MEETZ,
Oct 10 %_Assign?e.
THE undersigned have entered into a
COPABTNERSHIP for the transaction
ortho GROCERY, HARDWABE and COM?
MISSION BUSINESS, dating from tho first
February, 1803. Name and stylo of tho
firm will be T. J. A H. M. GIBBON.
T. J. GIBSON.
Oct ll Imo_H. M. PIBBON.
Seeds, Landreth's Seeds.
WINTER DUTCH TURNIP SEED,
Ruta Baga Turnip Seed,
Largo Globo Turnip Seed,
L?rcr? W.rfolk Turnip Seed,
Purple Top Turnip Heed.
For salo by FISHER A HEINITSn.
Buckwheat Flour, &o.
BBL8. Prost'a Snperior New Hailed
5 firkins Ohoico Baiter,
8 bbls. Gboice Syrups,
Half and quarter bbls. Fulton Market
Hal? and quarlarboso? ?'?i* Sardines,
10 bbls. Whito Irish Potatoes.
Received to-day and for salo by
Oct 18 8 0. H. BALDWIN CO.
CREDITORS of tho oetato of 0. A. BE?
DELL, deceased, are request od to pro
sent their claims, duly attested; and per?
sons indebted to tho estate will ploaBO
mako payment to Messrs. Moiton & Mel?
ton, Attorneys at Law, Columbia, 8. C.
E. W. BANCROFT,
Oct 18 3?_Administrator.
Master F. Carri's Grand Concert.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCT. 21,'68.
PA HT I.
1. Waltz, Bohaloff,
Mns. CARRI AND PBOF. KOEPPER
2. DoBeriot's 7mo, Air Vario,
MASTER F. CAIIKI
.1. Spirit of Light.Mu. STEVENS
4. 12o, Fantasie Concertante,
MASTER F. CARRI
~>. Norma, Bellini,
MESSRS. .TANNEY, CARRI AND JACKSON
ti. DoBoriot's 5tno, Air Yaric,
MB. C. F. JANNEY
1. DeBeriot'a Cine, Air Varie,
MASTED F. CARRI
I 2. Trio from Bclisario,
MESSRS. .TANNEY, CAURI AND JACKSON
j .5. Rondeau dc Ohasso, Czerny, Mus. CARRI
j 1. Sounds from Home, Gungi.
MESSRS. JANNEY AND CARRI
~>. Thou art so Near and yet so Far,
(>. Yankee Doodle, Vicuxtemps,
MASTER F. CARRI
?SCPrico of Admission 75c. Children
">Qc. Colored People 50c. Tickets for aalo
at tho Bookstores and McKenzie's Confec?
tionery. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Com?
mence at TA precisely. Oct is
CULL at C. F. JACKSON'S, and look at
) tho now st vie of DROP SKIRTS.
OF every etylo and price, now oponod
at CF. JACKSON S, from 25 cents
to $2 a yard. October 17
BUTTONS, Ribbons, Velvets, Silks,
Braids, Gloves, Hosiery, at
October 17 C. F. JACKSON'S.
?L New Iiot
OF EDGINGS, Liecrtings and Infant's
Waists, at every price and quality, at
october 17_ C. F. JACKSON S.
DR. THOMAS T. MOORE,
OFFERS great inducements to his Pa?
tients, and tho public, in tho way of
GOOD WORK and VERY MODERATE
PRICES. Teeth extracted without pain,
or any (subsequent ill effects, by uso of
Nitrous Oxidier Laughing Gas. Office on
Main street, over Gregg's China store.
IN accordance with tho proclamation of
tho Governor, dated tho Oth day of
October, 18G8, there will bc an election
held in this County, on Tuosday, Novem?
ber 3d, for Electors of President and Vice
President of the United States, a Repre?
sentativo to Congress, and a Solicitor for
tho Fifth Circuit.
By virtue of authority vested in us, wo
hereby establish the following polling
places in Richland County, viz : Garner's
Perry, Gadsden, W. 1J. Flowers' House,
Trenholm's Grove, Davis', Killian's, Camp
Ground; Columbia-Ward No. 1-Gill
moro House; Ward No. 2-Old Ice House;
Ward No. 3-Pahnotto Eugino House;
Ward No 4-Ellington's Store.
Tho Registration Books will be open for
revision, at tho abovo named places, on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, tho 22d,
23d and 21th instant, when thu Managers
of Elections heroin named aro authorized
! to udd to tho lists tho names of all per
? eons entitled to vote according to law, and
I take therefrom the names of those not en
I titled to vote.
Tho following gentlemen are hereby
j appointed Managers of Election:
; FOR GARNER'S FERDY-John Harris,
! S. G. Henry, John H. Bryant.
? GADSDEN-John P. Adams, John B.
I Goodwin, H. P. Gaige.
j FLOWERS' HOUSE-W. White, Philip Ep
? stein, J. J. Goodwin.
TRENHOLM'S GROVE-A. L. Solomon, Joe.
Saunders, Wilson Glover.
DAVIS'-Allen Davis, F. P. Roberts,
j Ciesar Lowndes.
I CAMPOROUND-N. Dubard, Henry Smith,
H. C. Marshall.
?KILLIAN'S-Eli Killian, William Simons,
J. B. Walsh.
COLUMBIA-WARD 1-P. Brown, E. B.
Thompson, C. Shulize.
WARD 2-G. G. Newton, James Bamp?
field, F. W. Wing.
WARD 3-W. H. Wigg, Wm. Mishaw, E.
WARD 4-D. B. Clayton, S. B. Thomp?
son. James Brown.
Tho abovo named gentlemen aro re?
quested to moct at Jannel's Hall, in Co?
lumbia, on Friday, tho 16th instant, at 12
M. for the purposo of qualifying and re?
ceiving tho lists of Registration.
M. J. CALNAN,
W. T. WALTER,
N. E. EDWARDS,
Commissioners of Election, Richland
Columbia, S. C., October 12, 1868.
Oct 18 taw*_
rr-v-vrv FACTOR AND COMMIS-:
ffiMir3T" MERCHANT, 102 East
????Bay, Charleston, S. C. I
L Particular attontion Riven to the salo
and shipping of So* Island and Upland
Liberal advances made on consignments
for sale In this market, or fur shipmont.
Sept 8 tnl3
Violation of Internal Revenue Laws.
JACOB LBVIN, AUCTIONEER.
On MONDAY, October. 20, in front of Jacob
Levin's Auction Boom, I will sell tho
following articles, seized for violation of
1 STILL, Oap and 2 Worms.
1 BARREL, containing-gallons of
Singling*. A. 8. WALLACE,
October 17 stu3 * Collector.
BY virtue of a writ of fieri facias to me
directed, I w?l Hell, on tho FIRST
MONDAY in Novomber next, in front of
tho Court Houso, in Columbia, within thc
legal hours, tho following property, viz:
130 acres of LAND, in lUchland County,
bounded as follows: On the North by Botsy
Thomas and Thomas Cooper, East by Reu
natus Thomas, South by 8. J. Smith, and
West by Lands formerly owi.ad by Isaac
I Dent ; levied on aa tho property of Sarah
i S. Cosby, Executrix of Jamos Cosby, dc
I ccaeod, at tho suit of Thomas W. Radcliffe
ts. Sarah 8. Cosby, Executrix of James
Terms cash. P. F. FRAZE ti,
Pot 13 inf_s. lt. C.
lar Term, Superior Court.
Bill for direction and distribution in Tilo?
mas Superior Court.
Milton C. Smith, Administrator on Estate
of Mary Atkinson, et al., vs. Elijah Prin?
gle and W. H. Pringle.
IT appearing to tho Court that Mrs.
Mary Atkinson, lato of Thomas Coun?
ty, Georgia, deceaind, died intestate,
without husband or child surviving her,
and that tho heirs-at-law of eaid deceased
aro tho desccndantB of her brothers and
sisters, most of whom reside without and
beyond tho limits of the State of Georgia,
and that tho bill, in tho abovo statod case,,
cannot bo served on them personally, it is,
therefore, on motion, ordered by the
Court, that service of said bill bo perfected
by publication, on Elijah Pringle, Elijah
McCoy, John F. Gorden, Jane Potter,
Nancy P. Chambers, Susan Anderson,
Sarah Wilder, John Pringle, Mary 8cott,
Kennedy Pringle and William Pringle, by
publishing this interlocutory dooroo once
a month for four months, beforo tho next
term of this Court, in some public gazette
of this State. And, it further appearing
that four of tho brothers and sisters ol
said decoaaed-to wit, Sarah Pringle
William Pringle, Elizabeth Pringle and
Abram Pringle, all died, leaving descend?
ants, tho names of many hoing unknown,
and who aro or may bo interested in said
Estate, it ia, therefore, further decreed
by this Court , tba* a copy of thisdecreo be
published in some newspaper once amonth
for four months previous to tho next term
of this Court, published each at tho capi?
tals of tho States of South Carolina, North
Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi and Texas,
that all tho relatives of said deceased who
may bo entitled to any of said Estate, may
como in and be madojiartnors and receive
their portion of said Estate.
Juno Term, 1868.
AUG. H. HANSELL,
Judgo 8. C., 8o. Dist, of Ga.
A true extract from the minutes of Tho?
mas Superior Court, August 20, 1868.
Clork Supreme Court, T. C.
September ll)_ mo4
STATE OE 80DTH CAROLINA,
COLUMBIA, October 16, 1868.
IN pursuance of an Act of tho General
Assembly, passel September 25th,
1868, an Election will bo held on tho se?
cond TUESDAY of November, being tho
t' nth day thereof, in all Incorporated
Cities and Towna of this State, for tho
Election of all Oflicers provided for by thc
Charters of tho said Cities and Towna.
Tho Managers of Elections, appointed
in pursuance of an Act to provide for tho
next general election, aro authorized and
required to conduct tho Municipal Elec?
tions aforesaid, until otherwise provided
for bj* law.
The qualifications of an Elector shall be
those required by tho Constitution, to?
gether with a residence of sixty days,
next preceding the Election, within the
corporate limita of the City or Town, and
that ho has been duly registered in thc
Ward or Precinct hi which ho offers to
Tho Managers of Elections shall open
their respective polling places for three
days, next preceding tho day of election,
from 7 A. M. to 5 Pi M., for tho purpose of
registering the names of tho qualified
electors and their places of residence.
All bar-rooms and drinking saloons in
tho Town or City where such Election ia
hold, shall bc closed on the day of Elec?
tion; and any person who shall sell to any
person any intoxicating drinks o|n tho day
of Election, shall be guilty of a misde?
meanor, and, on conviction thereof, shall
bo fined, In a sum not less than ono hun
drod dollars, nor more than threo hundred
dollars, or bo imprisoned, for a period not
lees than ono month, nor more than six
The Managers of Elections as aforesaid,
and each of thom, aro heroby required,
after due publication, and with niriot ro
gard to tho provisions of the Constitution
and of tho laws of the Btate, touching
their duty in such caso, to causo such
Elections to be held in their respectivo
Cities and Towna, on tho day aforesaid;
and to take all tho necessary steps for tho
holding of auch Elections, and for tho
ascertaining and determining tho persons
who shall have been duly olected thereat.
Given under my hand and tho seal of tho
State, in tho City of Columbia, this
16th day of October, in the Year of
our Lord ono thousand eight hnn
[L. s.] dred and sixty-eight, and in tho
j ninety-third year ot tho Independ?
ence of the United States of Ameri?
R. K. SCOTT, Governor.
F. L. C*nnozA, Sec'y of State.
Tho Charleston Courier, Abbeville Ban?
ner, Anderson Intelligencer. Barnwell Sen
l?iel, Bcnnottavillo Journal, Cauden Jour*
nal, Cheraw Advertiser, Chester Standard,
Horry Sentinel, Darlington Southerner,
Edgefleld Advertiser, Georgetown Tmts,
Greonvillo Mountaineer, Kingetroo Star,
LauronsviUo Herald. Lancaster Lrdg *\
Clarendon Banner, Marion ?Star, Newbery/
Herald, Orangoburg Neics, Koowco Cun
rier, Pendleton Gaeztte, Spartanburg ?r
press. 8umtor Watchman, Unionvillo Times,
Fairfield Herald. Yorkvillo Knquir*rt will
ploaso publish tho above proclamation
onco, and send copy and bill to thr ofllco
of Becr6tarv of State. October 17 *, \